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Saitek Obsidian Mouse has Touch Scroll Wheel

by Paul Strauss

Saitek recently released their latest mouse, offering a clean modern design and a unique scrolling sensor that uses touch instead of a traditional wheel input.

Saitek Obsidian Touch Scroll Mouse

The Obsidian mouse features a high-precision 1000DPI optical sensor, and operates wirelessly over RF. The mouse comes with a USB-based dock for storage and charging.  The Obsidian retails for $50 and works with Windows and Mac OS machines.

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  2. Adam says:

    Is the mouse really Obsidian ? (Obsidian: 1. Acid or granitic glass formed by the rapid cooling of lava without crystallization; usually dark, but transparent in thin pieces) oh my … if this is really a glass mouse i will get it a.s.a.p.

  3. technabob says:

    Nah. I’m pretty sure it’s made out of plastic, and just shines like Obsidian. Otherwise, I think it would cost quite a bit more.

  4. Vance says:

    the mouse looks awesome. i would like to buy one but i bet they are $1,000,000 (exaggeration) but i bet they are pretty expensive! The design is sweet and the scroll thing is cool how it is touch sensitive

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